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i think it will be a "hard days night." you want perform here "eight days a week." then you will have to be a "band on the run." and he was like, "hello, good-bye." i got the point. [ laughter ] so corny i want to get the joke out before i saw him. [ rim show ] i just wanted to get it out of the way. so, if anything happens we could always twerk it out. he's not here yet. i can do this. everyone getting ready for the winter olympics. we're psyched here at nbc. it's right around the corner. with germany just unveiled their rainbow colored olympic uniforms. which seem to be like a subtle protest against russia's anti-gay laws. yeah, you can tell how much the world has changed when germans are the ones like discrimination is just wrong. [ laughter ] we're doing something. germans -- >> steve: yeah, come on. >> jimmy: things aren't going smoothly for thelympics over in russia. in fact, just yesterday, president vladamir putin lit the olympic torch in a ceremony.
and just minutes later a gust of wind blew it out. in a related story, the wind is now missing. yeah. he sleeps with fish. that's right the olympic flame went out briefly while a runner was carrying it in russia. but a guy quickly reignited it with the lighter. check it out. watch this. >> jimmy: here is the guy trotting. this is not a fake thing. this is really -- it's out now. he realizes it is out. but, he still has still got to run. and just trotting. going, "is anybody going to help me?" find a stranger. you got a bic? you got anything? the guy just has a lighter. classy. come on. no. gosh darn it. keep running. keep running. keep running. yeah. [ cheers and applause ] and people say russians don't age well. but i think that lady looked pretty good for 36. [ laughter ]
yeah. if there is anything says it is going to be good olympics, it's an overweight guy asking for a lighter in the parking lot. [ applause ] >> steve: he's pointing at it too. >> jimmy: light it with his cigarette. people are still talking about the miley cyrus performance at this years vma's. in fact, the outfit that miley wore that night is expected to be the number one halloween costume for adults this year. or as i told my grandma, halloween is canceled. don't even -- hey, if you are single might want to listen to this. i read about a dating website that lets you get to know people first before you see their picture. so, if there is anything better than love at first sight. it is falling out of love at first sight. hey, nice to meet you. i think we should see other people. a little gossip out of england. there are reports prince harry and his girlfriend are planning to get married next year.
which makes sense. he has been holding his bachelor party for the past year and a half. [ laughter and applause ] have you heard about this? this is kind of a big deal. new jersey just announced it will allow internet gambling starting in november. that's right. but if people in new jersey want to gamble online before then they should just check out the dating site where you can't see what other people look like. that's a good gamble. [ laughter and applause ] and finally, i don't know if you guys noticed this last night. but i was watching the show "once upon a time" on abc. and one of those, one of those animated advertisements popped up on the bottom of the screen. like, showing what new show is coming up or whatever. and it kind of showed up in an awkward spot. keep an eye on the woman in the scene. >> we need to discuss the deal you made with charming. >> you have to be a bit more specific, deary. >> he came to you searching for something powerful enough to vanquish the queen? [ laughter and applause ]
>> jimmy: boing. nerds across the country are like, "so, that's where it is." i knew it. we have a great show. give it up for the roots right there. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: everybody welcome. it is monday! we are excited to be back. we have got some great shows coming up. miley cyrus will be here tomorrow. she's going to talk to us about her new album and perform a couple songs from it. and later on the week we have alan rickman, katy perry, and keanu reeves will be here. and music from my morning jacket, ylvis. you know ylvis? >> steve: yeah. ♪ what does the fox say >> jimmy: they're going to be on the show. when are they coming up? wednesday? we are shipping the fox costumes from scandinavia. wherever they are from. they're on there way.
ylvis will be here performing "what does the fox say?" and also we have amazing guys getting together. and this is real. i think they're going on tour or something like that. brian wilson and jeff beck will be here. very, very exciting. [ cheers and applause ] but first, what a huge show we have got for you tonight. get ready. [ cheers and applause ] it is going to blow your mind. you have no idea. we couldn't be happier to have him back. his latest album, "new" is out october 15th. sir paul mccartney is here to talk and perform. [ cheers and applause ] great song too. great album. plus, he is a talented actor with a brand new show, dylan mcdermott will be joining us! [ cheers and applause ] i'm so psyched. today has been crazy running around for me. first my voice is a little hoarse. sorry, last night i was at a charity and benefit for mario batalli foundation.
they were honoring jamie oliver. and so, he gets an award. he is standing there. in the front of a guitar. and so i'm sitting there. he goes, "well, thank you so much." he goes, "well i don't, i don't know what to do now. i can't play any songs. i don't know any songs." and he kinda looks over at me. i have to go do something now? i go what song do i know? i don't know any song. i forgot. i don't know why i don't plan out what i do. i should. because i play guitar. i sing "wild things" by the troggs. i was like -- ♪ wild thing i'm really going for it. it's very easy chords. i'm just screaming it. everyone is singing. all of a sudden i hear drums. i go that's cool. one of the guys from wilco are there playing. i turn around and it's jamie oliver playing drums. and he's really good. oh, this is kind of fun. but that's why my voice is hoarse. i apologize about that. but also i have been screaming because paul mccartney is here. [ cheers and applause ] freaking out. have you heard the record. we heard the record. early. we played it. it's fantastic. this album is so good.
it is out october 15th. it's called "new." the song, the hit off of it is "new" as well. that's the name of the song. he'll do that tonight. but it has got like, there is kind of a soul type of song. acousticy songs. i know, mark ronson did a couple of tracks he produced mark ronson, amy winehouse. it's, it's going to ge one of the best mccartney albums i've ever heard. it's so good. i'm freaking out. let just get to the show. i know i'm geeking out. but, i have to get it out of the way. because when he's on i can be like, what's up paul. i don't care, whatever. yeah. but, it's so cool having paul mccartney on the show. just having him around the studio all day. everyone is all excited. actually i bumped into him earlier today, literally. pretty interesting thing happened. take a look. >> jimmy: i think i have the perfect halloween costume, slutty astronaut. >> actually the "j" was just a typo. the song was supposed to be called, "hey, dude." terribly sorry about that, mr. mccartney. >> no problem, jimmy.
what just happened? >> jimmy: i think we just switched accents. >> this is awful. >> jimmy: speak for yourself. i sound pretty cool. i sound look a beatle. i can say anything. i'm from liverpool. let's have a spot of tea. and drive on the wrong side of the road. >> jimmy, please give me my accent back. >> jimmy: oh, come on mate. can't we just -- ♪ let it be i could say anything in this accent. it sounds so cool. anything. >> please don't. >> jimmy: sponge bob square pants. >> stop. >> jimmy: here comes honey boo boo. >> no. >> jimmy: let me see what you are twerking with. >> i don't even know what that means. >> jimmy: yolo. >> all right. that's it. [ audience oohs ] >> jimmy: hey, my voice is back. >> that's better. honey boo boo. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thanks to the one and only sir paul mccartney for helping us out with that.
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on october 15th, he released his latest album called "new" right here. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome, sir paul mccartney! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: paul mccartney! [ cheers and applause ] oh, my goodness. welcome, welcome back to the show. i missed having the accent already. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. it really works for me. >> that's awesome. >> jimmy: you kept making me laugh doing that the american voice, that's awesome. i wrote it, like, ten times. it took me an hour to make the sketch. congrats on the new record. "new." i love this. we'll be talking about this later on. you have been on tour since may, right? >> yeah, on and off. yeah. >> jimmy: it is a fantastic show if you guys haven't seen this.
it's unbelievable. there's so many songs. >> thank you, jimmy. it's great. awesome. awesome, dude. >> jimmy: how do you pick the songs? how do you pick a set list? >> you know what i do -- i just imagine i am going to the show. what would i like to hear him do? so i start there. people pay a lot of money to come to the show, so i don't want to do some big crazy set that i alone want to see. so i start with those, and then i work down to other songs that i think might be interesting, new. and finally songs i wanna do. >> jimmy: it's unbelievable. i was watching that. and at one point -- because you are playing a song on the piano and the piano just starts lifting up in the air, and then it just doesn't stop. you go all the -- at one point, i couldn't see you. it went, like, 80 feet up in the air. >> that's because you were on drugs. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, that didn't happen? it actually didn't? it didn't happen? >> it didn't happen.
i want up with an acoustic guitar. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that was a piano. i'm so sorry. yeah. >> it's almost the same thing. >> jimmy: wow, that was a great concert. yeah. from what i remember. >> yeah, it was great drugs, too. >> jimmy: absolutely. it was great drugs, as well. yeah, absolutely. yeah, but then you are always doing something different. i mean, you've been playing stadiums for -- you're probably first band -- you're the first guy to ever play stadiums. >> the beatles doing doing shea stadium i think was one of the first, yeah. >> jimmy: do you feel like it's changed completely? >> yeah, you can hear yourself now. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: really helpful. >> basic change. >> jimmy: you couldn't hear anything? >> we couldn't. because we were at shea stadium. we were working through the baseball pa. >> jimmy: no. >> yeah, really. it was sort of -- [ imitates pa crackling ] >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> and then all the girls were screaming. >> jimmy: no one heard anything. >> we couldn't hear anything. >> jimmy: another great concert. no one heard anything. but now it sounds amazing. it sounds so good. >> well, now it's very clear. you get great amplification.
>> jimmy: do you go see many concerts yourself? >> yeah, i see a few. yeah, i saw the rolling stones, which were great. >> jimmy: this is amazing. [ cheers and applause ] you know, when keith spoke -- keith richards. he said you actually weren't as much rivals as we all think. you guys kind of knew each other. right? >> yeah, i mean, i have never really seen him except to kind of to say, "hey, how are you doing, man? love your new record." [ whistles ] until -- i went on holiday to the turks and caicos, and he has a place there. so every afternoon we hung and it was a pretty cool week. >> jimmy: how fun is that? oh, my gosh. the two of us would have been freaking out. just seeing you on the beach. i'd be like, "what is going on right now?!" a beatle and a rolling stone. >> yeah, you know. the thing about keith is -- he was -- kind of like, acting like the manager of the hotel. he had come around to the bar -- "are you all right? are you okay?
you want a drink?" he would be like -- i said, "keith. you know. you should get paid for this." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you should let people do this. you don't have to do this, keith. >> he was loving it. bringing his little dog around. and talk to all the guests. >> jimmy: he's a charming man. >> very nice. >> jimmy: i did go to the rolling stones at barclay's center here in brooklyn. and i got my beers and my pretzel and whatever. and i'm walking to my seats spilling beer on everybody. and i go, "excuse me." and i hear this voice go -- [ imitating mccartney ] "no problem, come right through." and it's you. and i go, "i am sitting next to paul mccartney at a rolling stones concert." i chugged the first beer completely. and then i had the other one. shoving a pretzel in my mouth. like, "oh, my god. this is unbelievable!" and mick jagger starts singing "i want to be your man", which you wrote. so i'm going, "what do i look at?" do i look at mick jagger, singing the beatles, or do i look at the beatle listening at the rolling stones. [ applause ] it was a pickle. it was a conundrum. [ applause ] it was the worst concert of my life.
so stressed out. it started my drinking problem. this record is insane. it's so good. every song is so different and fun. like, you have three different producers on here, right? >> four. >> jimmy: four producers. yeah, it's just fun to listen to. and i was like, i listened to them going, "how do you write these songs?" do you still just, you wake up and go, "i got it." and then do you record it in the phone? >> yeah. well, it comes different ways. sometimes it's like that. sometimes you kind of just sit down and do it. i had a little period beginning of this album when i was just first dating nancy. and i was starting to write some stuff. and i knew she was, she was in new york. i was in england. so i knew she was five hours behind. so i would drop my little daughter off at school. come back, write a song, and then ring her up -- "do you want to hear a song?" >> jimmy: five hour block of time to figure it out. >> it was a great motivation
having an audience at the end of it. >> jimmy: she loves you. everything is just like, "that's great." >> that's why everything is great. >> jimmy: "another great song, paul." another great one, yeah. i mean, are there songs that you don't use? >> yeah, there's a few we don't use. >> jimmy: because i could cut an album. your crappy songs are the best songs i have ever written. [ laughter ] if i ever release an album, i will give you 10% of the record if you want it. let's just think about this. >> we can do it? >> jimmy: another thing when i saw the concert that i loved was -- you always do something with the video and visuals behind you. >> yeah and the piano going off. >> jimmy: there's a giant piano. i swear he levitates off the stage. i swear. i am telling you. i swear. [ laughter ] it might not have happened. there was definitely a part and maybe this didn't happen either, but this -- this photo of you,
which is famous. this is you. is that baby mary? [ audience aws ] >> that's mary. >> jimmy: i love this photo. it's just so cute. but this starts moving. at the concert. is that drugs? >> no, that really did happen. >> jimmy: i don't understand the technology. >> that really did happen. >> jimmy: how did you make this happen? >> tell you what it was. linda took that photo. and after she had sort of taken the still photo, she grabbed a movie camera and filmed a little bit of movie. so that we were able to morph it in the film for the screen. >> jimmy: it freaked me out. i'm like, "wait, that picture never moved before." the piano is going up in the air. i am having a crazy trip right now. yeah, it was, i just thought it was cool. we were looking at other photos of you. i was wondering if you could remember any stories. what's this one of you here with this camera? >> well, most people don't actually know that i invented the "selfie." [ cheers and applause ]
♪ >> jimmy: yeah, you invented the selfie. it's taken off. congratulations on that. this one, i have a feeling -- what did you invent here? [ laughter ] >> that is actually me inventing the photo bomb. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that makes sense. i don't know what is going on right here. [ laughter ] >> what you can't see is at the bottom of the picture, we are all drinking out of a frozen margarita. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's genius right there. more with paul mccartney when we get back! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] [ coughs, sneezes ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we are hanging out with the one and only paul mccartney. his new album "new" is available october 15th. i love this album cover. you always have my favorite album covers. this one here is so cool. what artist is this? this is a famous piece, yes? >> no, it is not actually. [ laughter ] it's not actually what you think. [ imitating paul ] >> jimmy: "how dare you!" >> no, it's -- it's like a tribute to a famous artist who does the fluorescent -- a guy called dan flavin. but this was suggested by stella's husband. we had a meeting about this. and we had the logo. and he said, "you could do it in this manner." so i said, "that's a damn good idea."
>> jimmy: yeah, it's so simple. every time i look at this now, i read the word "new" even though it's not connected. but can even read it as "wew", or "nem." >> "men," oh, that's a good album. >> jimmy: that's a good album, yeah. for the boys. you have four producers on this. different styles. why did you go with those four different ones? >> i was looking for one producer that i would get on very well with. i like the work of these four guys. so i was going to try them and in the end, i was going to say, "this guy is the best." but i liked them all. >> jimmy: you liked them all so you just kept them all. >> so, i, i have done a track with each one of them. >> jimmy: there are so many different styles. it's fantastic and it works great. >> i was a little bit worried, you know, that you would have so many different styles. but then i thought back to a lot of beatle albums with this crazy variety. so i told them, "that's okay." >> jimmy: and these producers must have freaked out.
they're like, "oh, my god i am getting calls from paul mccartney." you can literally work with any one. is there any one that you would love to work with? >> yeah, there's lots of people, you know. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: a lot of people. a lot of people out there, yes. >> a lot of people. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. some people are easier to get than you think, you know? >> yeah. >> jimmy: sometimes they're right under your nose. [ light laughter ] >> i have no idea what you are talking about. >> jimmy: no? not at all? okay, yeah. there's no one. but tonight you're going to play a few songs for us tonight. are you doing "new"? [ cheers and applause ] >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: you have no idea. you have no idea! i can't tell the joy that you bring to me. the joy that you bring to our crew, and this crowd, and everyone watching. you make us feel so good. and you are my favorite. and i always tell you this every time, but you are one of my idols. i love you so much. >> aw, i love you. >> jimmy: thank you, buddy. paul mccartney "new" is available october 15th. dylan mcdermott joins us next! come on back!
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a golden globe winning and emmy nominated actor who stars opposite toni collette in the new cbs series "hostages", which airs mondays at 10:00 p.m. please welcome back, dylan mcdermott! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: nice to see you, my friend. >> great to see you. >> jimmy: i always like running into you. i got to see you quickly at the emmys and then we jammed out and partied later. >> oh, man, you throw the best parties. >> jimmy: thank you. it was so silly. yeah. >> questlove was there. fresh dj. djing. >> jimmy: i got sloppy, yeah. yeah. i am happy that you're here. now, you must be a
paul mccartney fan, right? >> i mean, how do you follow paul mccartney? what am i going to do? >> jimmy: i mean, you're doing it right now. you can pull it off. you're doing it. >> oh, man, terrible. >> jimmy: no, no, it's not terrible. dude, i was telling everybody, "you guys, we have dylan and mccartney on the show." >> yeah, right. [ cheers and applause ] no, i am a huge, huge fan. i love him. >> jimmy: have you met him? >> i never met him, but my father drank with him in the 60s in spain. i swear to god. >> jimmy: how cool is your dad? >> so cool. but every time a beatles song would come on, he would say to me, "hey, you know i drank with paul mccartney." >> jimmy: i get it, dad! >> i was like, "oh, my god. every single time." >> jimmy: every single time. how cool is that? >> amazing. >> jimmy: that's a great story. now i have to say congrats on "hostages" awesome, a big hit. but also, you got something back in new york. we love having you here in new york. >> i love new york. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we were talking about you, your dad. he had a bar over here in new york. do you ever get back to hang out? >> you know, i just went to a
play the other night in the neighborhood. and they let us go into the bar. first time i have been in there in 30 years. >> jimmy: really? didn't you used to go as a kid? >> i worked there. >> jimmy: you worked there, yeah. >> i was a bus boy and a waiter and a bartender and the whole business. >> jimmy: you went back. what was it like? >> i went back in time. but you know how when you go back in time, everything is smaller? like, in your imagination -- in reality everything is so big. >> jimmy: yeah. >> when you go back it's tiny. >> jimmy: i went back to my high school for a bit we did for this show. it is just so tiny. i'm like, "oh, my god, i'm taller than the lockers." >> yeah! >> jimmy: and then you just get all those things rush back to you. i remember everything. it's wild, right? >> yeah. i used to wait on john belushi there. >> jimmy: that's right. you told me that. that's crazy. how was he, did he break through the glass? he didn't use the door, he just dives through the thing. one beer, please. >> he loved food. he loved food. >> jimmy: did he? >> and ketchup. ketchup on everything. >> jimmy: ketchup on everything. i love hearing trivia like that. that's so fun. did you ever get to see, any concerts when you were in
new york? >> yeah, man, i have been going out a lot in new york. i went to go see the killers the other night. i went to go see pharell -- >> jimmy: you did? >> yeah, courtney love. >> jimmy: they were all here in new york? >> they were all here. >> jimmy: no one called me. very interesting. [ laughter ] >> ha-ha. >> jimmy: i know, how sad. >> let's hang out. >> jimmy: i will do anything. i'm really fun to hang out with. no, i mean, like, when you were here, did you get to see any legendary shows in the city or anything? >> when i grew up, yeah, i used to love going to concerts when i was a kid. i was obsessed with concerts. >> jimmy: really? my parents let me go to one concert. >> which one? >> jimmy: weird al yankovic. [ laughter ] the greatest show ever. he puts on a great concert. we are kind of the same, dude. >> yeah, i think so. >> jimmy: we are like twins. >> we gotta hang out. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, we gotta. i will take you to the the best weird al show ever. what shows did you see? >> i mean, i was crazy as a kid, i would hitchhike, like, three states to go see kiss. >> jimmy: really? >> i have strange taste in music.
i used to go see foghat and kiss and kansas. and just hitchhike. >> jimmy: no, way. >> i swear to god, like, three states. i don't know why. i don't think i was in my right mind. >> jimmy: i would go see paul mccartney's concert. it's out there. [ laughter ] >> is it? >> jimmy: things are floating. >> i'm so excited to hear him tonight. >> jimmy: we do have to hang out. so you were, kind of a rocker, what was the best concert you have seen? >> the very best was led zeppelin, 1979. yep. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i wish. where? >> madison square garden. yeah, they killed it. they killed it. >> jimmy: you were like a rocker kid. >> oh, man. i wanted to be robert plant so bad. i had the poster in my room. i tried for the hair. it didn't work out with the hair. >> jimmy: we tried to get a photo of you in high school. >> don't embarrass me. come on! oh, no! ha-ha! [ cheers and applause ] no! >> jimmy: that's so not robert plant at all. >> oh, man. >> jimmy: look at the knot on that tie! bigger than the tie. >> no, no, no.
>> jimmy: that's wider than this. it's like a comedy tie. >> i have got to follow paul mccartney now this? >> jimmy: i would never do that. look how you turned out. come on, you are a cool kid. that's all, what was, it was the worst concert you have ever been to? >> well, you know, i know you just had a daughter. >> jimmy: yeah, i did. >> congratulations. >> jimmy: little baby winnie. thank you. >> amazing. amazing. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: she's unbelievable. beautiful little girl. >> yeah. anyway, when you have daughters, you have to take them around to places. and then maybe not the places you want to go. some of them are not cool. >> jimmy: where were you stuck? >> i was first row of the jonas brother concert. [ laughter ] it was rough. it was a rough ride for me. i was the only man. only man. >> jimmy: only man in the concert. >> just me. >> jimmy: cute little girls like, "get out of the way." your daughter is like, "dad, get away from us! they're playing their hit song! you're embarrassing, dad." >> oh, man. >> jimmy: uh, i got to say "hostages" is fantastic.
not only are you fantastic but the idea is great. jerry bruckheimer is doing this. he's brilliant. he's just exciting. it's explosions -- it's fun. and you have toni collette. >> toni collette. >> jimmy: who is just killer, right? >> she is amazing. amazing. she makes you cry, and laugh, and scares you all in 30 seconds. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you're just not sure. >> jimmy: the gist of the show. do you want to explain to everybody -- you are fbi. >> sure. i'm a fbi rogue agent who takes a family hostage. the president is going to be operated on tomorrow. and -- and -- toni collette is the surgeon. so i take her and her family hostage. and i tell them, "tomorrow you are going to operate on the president and he is going to die during surgery or i am going to kill you and your family." >> jimmy: it's a fun show, you guys. really. it scares the kids. everyone. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: a lot of laughs. >> a lot of laughs. >> jimmy: a lot of laughs. it's a good show. and it all takes place in two weeks. >> yes, the whole season is two weeks. >> jimmy: it's super fun. dylan mcdermott, we love having you on the show. >> thank you. i love being here. i'm here.
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everyone. oh, man. oh, man. oh, man. performing the song, "save us" from his album "new" -- the one, the only, paul mccartney! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ i can try to give you everything you ever wanted you're not hard to please and the only ♪ ♪ thing i'm asking in return is something you can give with ease keep on sending your love ♪ ♪ in the heat of battle you got something that'll
save us, save us now ♪ ♪ ♪ got a feeling there's a jungle rhythm beating in me when i'm close to you ♪ ♪ i don't really want to ask too many favours but there's something you can do ♪ ♪ keep on sending your love in the heat of battle we got something that'll save us, save us now ♪ ♪ oh oh oh oh you're my woman oh oh oh oh keep it coming ♪ ♪ oh oh oh oh
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i love this song. you can hear it on the radio right now. it's so good. here with the title track from his latest album, "new" once again, paul mccartney! [ cheers and applause ] >> one, two, three, four. ♪ ♪ don't look at me it's way too soon to see what's gonna be
don't look at me all my life ♪ ♪ i never knew what i could be what i could do then we were new ooh ♪ ♪ you came along and made my life a song one lucky day you came along just in time ♪ ♪ while i was searching for a rock you came along then we were new ♪ ♪ ooh ooh we can do what we want we can live as we chose you see ♪ ♪ there's no guarantee we've got nothing to lose don't look at me i can't deny the truth ♪ ♪ it's plain to see don't look at me all my life
i never knew ♪ ♪ what i could be what i could do then we were new ooh ooh ♪ ♪ we can do what we want we can live as we chose you see there's no guarantee we've got nothing to lose ♪ ♪ ooh don't look at me this way too soon to see what's gonna be ♪ ♪ don't look at me all my life i never knew what i could be what i could do ♪ ♪ if we were new ooh ooh if we were new ooh ooh ♪
♪ now we are new ooh ooh ooh ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh! oh, my goodness! that's the way to do it. the hardest working man in show business. paul mccartney! oh, my goodness! you guys are fantastic. fantastic. go pick up the new album, "new." it comes out october 15th. my thanks to paul mccartney, dylan mcdermott, and the greatest band in late night, the roots! [ cheers and applause ] are you ready for this? are you ready for this? are you ready for this? >> we're ready. >> jimmy: i'm not ready. come on. [ cheers and applause ]
♪ ♪ lady madonna children at your feet wonder how you manage to make ends meet ♪ ♪ who finds the money when you pay the rent did you think that money was heaven sent ♪ ♪ friday night arrives without a suitcase sunday morning creep in like a nun ♪ ♪ mondays child has learned to tie his bootlace see how they run lady madonna ♪ ♪ baby at your breast wonder how you manage to feed the rest ♪ ♪
♪ ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ♪ ♪ ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ♪ ♪ see how they run ♪ ♪ lady madonna lying on the bed listen to the music playing in your silly little ♪ ♪ head ♪ ♪ tuesday afternoon is never ending wednesday morning papers didn't come ♪ ♪ thursday night you stockings needed mending see how they run ♪ ♪ lady madonna
children at your feet wonder how you manage to make ends meet ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my goodness! thank you so much! carson: hey, welcome to the show. i'm carson daly. we're at the lexington social house. thank you for watching. it's "last call," and tonight, we've got an awesome show for you. musically, maximum hedrum gets funky down in austen. and a prolific screenwriter by the name of david s. goyer will be the subject of our "spotlight" momentarily. but first, in 2011 our sit-down
guest broke out in a huge y when she co-wrote and stared in two films that premiered at sundance. today, she's back with her latest effort. a fantastic thriller called "the east." from the redbury in hollywood, here's my time with brit marling. ♪ >> the first time you find yourself in a dumpster dumpster diving, you're like this is crazy. and it seems so other and weird. and then, you do it, and you make it in a squat, and you feed a bunch of kids who are living in that neighborhood and going to bed hungry at night. then, suddenly, you're like, "wait, not dumpster diving seems crazy." ♪ >> carson: i love this movie. >> really? >> carson: yeah, i'm so excited to be able to talk to you a little bit about it. i mean, the themes of it alone, the sort of eco-terrorism and espionage and collective mentality. i mean, this -- all things i love in a movie. >> we love espionage movies. i love the "bourne" movies. and i love the '70s thrillers. >> carson: me too. those are expensive movies. >> they are so expensive. certainly, any time you can bring down the cost, it's like there's more freedom in the
making of it. like, you're not asking to take as much of a gamble or risk, and so the ideas can be more risky. but i think we felt like there was a way to make a movie that was not as expensive, but that could compete if the ideas were as interesting, if the landscape was fresh. like, if we sent an espionage thriller in something prescient, like something about the now instead of, like, cold war russia or like -- you know, what we're always seeing, it would be exciting. >> we are the east. lie to us, we'll lie to you. spy on us, we'll spy on you. poison us, we'll poison you. we will counter attack three corporations in the next six months for the worldwide terrorism. and this is just the beginning. ♪ >> carson: tell me a little bit about, kind of, the history of it. you and zal are sitting around,
and you grab backpacks, and you just -- what do you do? you go train jumping or -- >> we had an adventure. >> carson: where did you go? >> well, first, we started on a farm, on an organic farm and we fell in with people there, and that's kind of like -- you know, when you -- freegan culture, which is sort of, like, doing everything for free. everything's sort of off the grid. you learn ways of eating for free and moving around for free and squatting for free, and it's like a sort of no-rent lifestyle. >> carson: what did you know about the freegan culture before you and zal totally just inundated yourselves in it? >> absolutly nothing. >> carson: wasn't that terrifying to some degree? >> it was. i mean, the first time i went dumpster diving -- my parents, right. i didn't tell them anything about this. i was like -- they were like, "where are you going?" and i was like, "remember when i went knocking on doors for obama? it's kind of like that but even more left of left." ♪ i think that we were young, and we hadn't figured out what we wanted to do yet. i wanted to act. he wanted to direct. we didn't know how to begin these things. we were also broke and reading a